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  FREESCALE.CO.UK - Electronic Water Conditioner
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Freescale™ improves the quality of the water so you can increase the life of your pipes, heating system and any other machine that comes into contact with your water.
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 X-bit labs - Investment Group Acquires Freescale Semiconductor.
Several days after confirmation about possible talks in regards of takeover by a third-party, Freescale Semiconductor, a former semiconductor division of Motorola, announced that it has entered into a definitive merger agreement to be acquired by a private equity consortium in a transaction with a total equity value of $17.6 billion.
The board of directors of Freescale has unanimously approved the merger agreement and resolved to recommend that Freescale's stockholders adopt the agreement.
Freescale Semiconductor, which was spun-off from Motorola Corp. several years ago, designs and manufactures various embedded semiconductors for wireless, networking, automotive, consumer and industrial markets.
www.xbitlabs.com /news/other/display/20060919142442.html   (484 words)

 Bidding on Freescale Sets Off Alarms
Freescale, a Motorola (MOT) spinoff that sells computer chips to the wireless communications and automotive sectors, is just the sort of target that private-equity investors find attractive these days.
Freescale had no comment on Sept. 11, beyond a brief acknowledgment that it was "in discussions with parties relating to a possible business transaction." It warned there was no assurance that any deal would result from the talks and that it would not comment further.
Freescale has worked to get its house in order since it was spun off from Motorola just over two years ago, and it has seen its stock price more than double in that period.
www.businessweek.com /technology/content/sep2006/tc20060912_348414.htm   (1458 words)

 heise online - Familienzuwachs bei Freescale
Freescale erweitert die Mikroprozessorfamile Coldfire um einen kleinen Bruder.
Die V1-Chips sollen sich besonders für mobile Geräte eignen, da sie mit niedrigen Spannungen arbeiten und wenig elektrische Leistung aufnehmen.
Mit den ColdFire-Prozessoren hat der Motorola-Ableger Freescale die Tradition der bekannten 6800er-Familie aufgenommen.
www.heise.de /newsticker/meldung/75861   (227 words)

 Think Secret - Apple, Freescale strike material agreement
According to a Form 8-K filing by Apple Computer on Friday, Apple and Freescale Semiconductor have entered into a purchase agreement such that Freescale is obligated to supply its microprocessors for orders placed by Apple through December 31, 2008.
Under the terms of the agreement, Apple is under no obligation to purchase Freescale microprocessors beyond work that was in progress and in place at the time of the agreement.
The motive behind the agreement is unclear at this point, but with Apple planning to move all Macs to Intel processors by the close of 2006, it would appear the agreement may have been motivated by Freescale in an effort to protect the investment its already made developing technology for Apple.
www.thinksecret.com /news/0508freescale.html   (384 words)

 Freescale: Blogs, Photos, Videos and more on Technorati
Embedded computer chip manufacturer Freescale Semiconductor reported Wednesday that it has opened a new design center in Chengdu, China....
Freescale, Continental team on automotive multicore chip: "Freescale and automotive tier one Continental AG have joined forces to develop a three-core 32-bit microcontroller aiming to provide the necessary number crunching capability for electronic brake applications." (Via Freescale
Blog posts tagged Freescale per day for the past 30 days.
www.technorati.com /tag/Freescale   (493 words)

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